Speaker: Melissa Tacy (ANU)
Measuring the $L^p$ mass of an eigenfunction allows us to determine its concentration properties.
Speaker: Dr Haotian Wu (The University of Sydney)
Combing analytic tools including deformation techniques, gluing construction and Ricci flow, we prove that the space of smooth Riemannian metrics on the thr
Speaker: Professor Colin Guillarmou (Ecole Normale Superieure)
Speaker: Professor Shuangjie Peng (Huazhong Normal University)
In this talk, we consider the planar vortex patch problem in an incompressible steady flow in a bounded domain $\mathbb R^2$.
Speaker: Professor Yinbin Deng (Huazhong Normal University)
In this talk, I will speak some results about positive solitary wave solutions to quaslinear Schrodinger equations.
Speaker: Professor Hua Chen (Wuhan University)
In this talk, I would report recent results on the Gevrey (or analytic) regularities of solutions for some degenerate paritial differential equations, inclu
Speaker: Dr Yong Wei (MSI, ANU)
We consider the convex surfaces expanding in space forms by powers $(0<p\leq 1)$ of a strictly monotone, homogeneous degree one function of its principal
Speaker: Dr Xi Chen (Fudan University)
We will show the upper bound of the heat kernel, via the corresponding resolvent on AH spaces due to Mazzeo-Melrose, Melrose-Sa Barreto-Vasy.
Speaker: Dr Jonathan Zhu (Department of Mathematics, Harvard University)
The Colding-Minicozzi entropy is an important tool for understanding the mean curvature flow (MCF).
Speaker: Professor Jan van Neersen (TU Delft, The Netherlands)
A Poisson random measure is the mathematically rigorous description of point events that are randomly distributed in time and/or space.